Please note, at this time we are unable to administer COVID booster vaccines for 5 – 11 year olds.
Effective Date: March 10, 2022
CALIFORNIA RESIDENTS: If you are a resident of California, please read the SUPPLEMENT FOR CALIFORNIA RESIDENTS below, to review privacy disclosures that apply to your information.
In the past 12 months, PM Pediatrics has collected the following categories of personal information for users of our Online Services. Each of these categories may also have been shared with service providers or other third parties (see below under Third Party Sharing) for the purposes described herein:
We may collect your personal information from the following sources:
We may use your personal information for the following purposes:
Service Providers. We may make your personal information available to our service providers to help run our business. The service providers may process your information when we provide it to them as part of the Online Services. They may also interact with you on our behalf and provide you certain Online Services directly.
Note about Patient Services: When service providers help us provide Patient Services, those service providers are business associates under HIPAA. Our HIPAA Notice of Privacy Practices has more information about business associates.
Change in Control. In the unlikely event that PM Pediatrics is sold or acquired, and another entity obtains control or ownership of PM Pediatrics, then that entity may access and possess your personal information.
We take precautions to protect your information, but we do not and cannot guarantee the absolute security of your information from interception, for example by determined hackers. For personal information that we store, we have implemented safeguards (such as administrative policies) that are designed to ensure that the only parties who are granted access to your information are employees or other authorized recipients working on our behalf and who need the information to perform a specific job or fulfill a specific function (for example, billing or customer service).
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You can avoid certain targeted marketing by disabling cookies in your browser for our site or for all sites. However, you may lose functionality if you disable cookies. If you leave cookies enabled, you consent to our use of such third party advertising vendors and services, to their placement of cookies onto your computer, and to the privacy policies of the third party advertising networks. You agree that if you leave cookies enabled, PM Pediatrics is not responsible for how the third party advertisers use your information. Further, as new technologies are developed, we cannot promise that your online activity will never be tracked, such as by the company that developed your Internet browser.
Because there is no standard understanding of what a “Do Not Track” browser signal is supposed to mean, our website does not respond to those signals in any particular way. To avoid tracking cookies, you may use an “incognito”, “private” or similar browser window to browse the Internet without tracking cookies. However, the software manufacturer of your browser may still track your activity. Please check with Google, Microsoft, Mozilla, DuckDuckGo or other manufacturer for more information.
This section applies to you only if you are a resident of California.
You have the following rights concerning your personal information:
You may exercise your rights as a California resident, review and request changes to the personal information we collected about you, and contact us for more information about our privacy practices by using the information provided above under Contact Us.
You may submit your California rights requests using any of the methods above. However, for certain requests, California law permits or requires us to take additional steps to verify the identity and authority of the individual making certain requests information. This is so we can protect your privacy and data. Depending on the request or the sensitivity of the request, PM Pediatrics may ask that you provide two, three or more pieces of personal information that matches information in our records, so that we may confirm your identity prior to processing your request.
If you wish to submit a California rights request through an authorized agent, then you may designate your authorized agent in writing by contacting us using any of the methods above and providing the following information:
If any of the above information is missing or cannot be verified, then we may request the information before processing your request. We may request additional verification information depending on the nature or sensitivity of the request.
PM Pediatrics does not disclose the personal information of California residents to third parties knowingly for their direct marketing purposes.
PM Pediatrics does not have actual knowledge of any sale of the personal information of consumers under 16 years of age.